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whumpf

When the fracture of a weak snow layer causes an higher layer to break down, making a whumpfing sound.

Whumpf has been adopted as a technical avalanche time period to explain the sound of a collapsing snowpack whenever you cross the snow. For example, “we got a lot of whumpfing today”, or “the snowpack whumpfed like rolling thunder just before it released and caught us.” Avalanche Encyclopedia

Climate snow movement hit

aaht aahht bloooot

sounds of busy metropolis horns (vehicles) MAD journal

automotive tone

aaugh

Exclaimation of dismay, generally used, and originaly created by the Peanuts gang by Charles Schulz. Used incessantly by Charlie Brown within the following conditions: Dropping a Baseball recreation,
Having the soccer pulled away by Lucy,
In an embarrassing scenario. Additionally utilized by different members of the peanuts gang and can be utilized as a roaring sound to scare somebody. 1) Linus: I instructed her about the way you’re head over heels in love along with her,
Charlie Brown: Aaugh!! 2) Snoopy: It is not the issues that go ‘bump’ within the evening that scare me. It is the issues that go ‘AAUGH!’. City dictionary

dismay pain embarrassment comics

achoo

sound of sneezing. Extra sneezing sounds

human illness

ack-ack-ack-ackawoooo-ack-ack-ack

Fox vocalization. Not often heard guttural chattering with occasional yelps and howls, largely heard when animals are in shut proximity to at least one one other. Fashionable Science

ah

interjection used to specific delight, aid, remorse, or contempt

human

ah uh ah uh

sound of a canine panting. Discover extra panting canine sounds. ref

ah-choo

sound of sneezing. Extra sneezing sounds

human illness

ah-ooh-ga

different spellings: ah-ooo-ga, ah-ooh-gah, oo-ga. 1. Klaxon sound signaling “dive” in 1940’s US navy submarines ref
2. Sound produced by horn on vintage cars corresponding to Ford Mannequin-A ref1, ref2

automotive horn

aha

interjection used to specific shock, triumph, or derision

human

ahahah

aristocratic sounding laughter, or sort of a hick chuckle

laughter

ahem

clearing one’s throat

human

ahh ha ha

laughter, probably not completely different from the ordinairy hahaha, however this one contains an try to seize the breath earlier than the burst of laughter (ahh-)

laughter

ahoy

interjection utilized in hailing (to name or greet) a ship, as in “ship ahoy”

human

ar rooff

canine barking (Doggies by Sandra Boynton)
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arf

canine vocalization. Discover extra canine vocalizations

argh

exclamation expressing ache. there’s a webpage devoted to the numerous completely different spellings of aargh on the internet. The highest 5 most typical spellings is argh, aargh, aaargh, arrgh, arrrgh.

human ache

argh

Sound uttered by particular person choking. Additionally: awk, gasp, gak

disease eat_drink ache

aroo

the sound made by a wolf, when howling

animal

atchoo

sound of sneezing. Extra sneezing sounds

human illness

aw

interjection used to specific gentle disappointment, light entreaty, or actual or mock sympathy or sentiment

human

awk

Sound uttered by an individual choking. Additionally gak, argh, gasp

disease eat_drink pain human animal

baa

sheep vocalization

animal

babble

1. to speak enthusiastically or excessively, 2. to utter meaningless or unintelligible sounds. imitative origin.

human

babbler

massive household of chicken species. Instance: the gray-crowned babbler (Australia), additionally typically referred to as the yahoo, after one among its calls. The title babbler or chatterer could come from the birds’ steady raucous babbling/chattering when in teams. about this chicken

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badaboom

explosion. Discover extra explosions

explosion

badonkadonk

Extraordinarily curvaceous feminine buttocks. City dictionary: When the immense, rounded muscle tissue of the rear creates a sound wave ripping by way of the native setting making a stress wave towards the ear drum in a delightful Ba-dOnk-a-dOnk rhythm. Additionally: A womens derriere that has the form of, and bounces like a basketball. The phrase is derived from the sound produced whenever you bounce a basketball. A case of the sound of 1 city icon, naming one other city icon with related propensities however that does not actually make a sound.

badum tish

sound of a drum roll / rimshot hear the sound

music drum laughter

bah

interjection used to specific disdain or contempt

human

bam

sound of a tough hit. Discover extra hit / punch phrases

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bamf

BAMF within the Marvel comedian books represents the sound of X-Males character Nightcrawler when he transports himself. The sound is brought on by air speeding into the world the place Nightcrawler’s physique as soon as was

misc fuel motion

bang

sharp noise or hit. Discover extra hit / punch phrases

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baraag

elephant vocalization, trumpeting

animal

barf

vomiting, the sound made whereas vomiting. Additionally used a noun which means “vomit”

illness

bark

verb for canine vocalization. Discover extra canine vocalizations

animal

baroom

explosion. Discover extra explosions

explosion

bash

to strike closely. Discover extra hit / punch phrases

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batabatabata

sound of a helicopter. Discover all helicopter sounds

engine helicopter motion

bawl

to cry out loudly and unrestrainedly. From baulare (Medieval Latin) or baula (Previous Norse), imitative origin.

human animal

bay

canine vocalization (within the poem Lepanto by G. Ok. Chesterton: . Discover extra canine vocalizations

animal

bazinga

interjection related in which means to or after a prank. It first appeared within the television sitcom The Huge Bang Concept and is utilized by the character named Sheldon.
It most likely comes from the phrase zing and and may have been added for added impact. See video of Bazinga!-moments

human tv collection comedy

bbvvvvvvvvvvvvvnnnnnn

The sound of an activated however immobile lightsaber in Star Wars films. Additionally: nnnnnnnn Reddit

saber weapon

beep

chicken , car horn, or pc generated tone. “Beep beep!” can be the signature name of the Highway Runner character (a chicken) within the Looney Tunes cartoons. Discover extra tones

animal chicken automotive tone

beep beep beep beep beep beep whirrrffftt bonk

Sound of a forklift (From Diggers go by Steve Gentle). All caps within the ebook
BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP
WHIRRRFFFTT
BONK

engine raise truck automotive

beep beep beep beep screeeech ruuurrrump pa-lump

Sounds made by a dump truck (Diggers go by Steve Gentle, all caps within the ebook BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP SCREEEECH RUUURRRUMP
PA-LUMP

truck dump rubble dust stone sand engine

bellbird

(Anthornis melanura) chicken species present in New Zealand. Maori language title Korimako. The bellbird varieties a major factor of the famed New Zealand daybreak refrain of chicken track that was a lot famous by early European settlers. It has a bell-like track. about this chicken

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biff

sound of an uppercut punch. Discover extra hit / punch phrases

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blab

unfastened chatter. Additionally: blabber

human

blabber

Unfastened chatter. additionally: blab

blah

nonsense, foolish discuss

human

blam

explosion. Blam can be the title of a Roy Lichtenstein portray. Discover extra explosions.

explosion

blare

loud sound

music misc tone engine

blast

an explosion or violent detonation, a violent gust of wind, or the impact of such a gust Discover extra explosion phrases

explosion

bleat

1. to utter or play loudly or harshly, 2. the pure cry of a sheep, goat or calf 3. to speak complainingly or in a whining tone of voice

animal

bleep

electronically generated tone. “to bleep” typically means “to mask inappropriate language on television or radio”

tone

blep

The sound of sticking your tongue out. Typically utilized in cat footage on the web, displaying a cat with tongue protruding.

tongue cat animal meme

bling bling

the “sound” of sunshine reflecting off shiny costly objects, corresponding to diamonds. this can be a uncommon instance of “non-auditory onomatopoeia”. one other instance: shiiin

misc

blip

a brief, crisp sound

tone

bllgh blllgggh blllllgggghh

(automotive) sound of boiling coolant Cartalk

engine automotive liquid water

blop

sound a big serving of mashed potatoes makes when it hits the plate (additionally a corresponding measurement of identical) (ref)

meals hit spoon

blurp

sound of a horn (from “Mr. Brown can moo, can you?” by Dr. Seuss)

music

blurt

to utter abruptly and impulsively, as in “to blurt out the first word that comes to mind”

human

bob-white

any of a genus (Colinus) of quail; particularly : a preferred recreation chicken (C. virginianus) of japanese and central North America having mottled mainly reddish-brown plumage

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bobolink

chicken species named by their typical name. about this chicken

animal bird

boff

1. the sound of successful or punch. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases
2. verb (slang) to have sexual activity (with somebody)
3. noun (plural boffs), a giant chuckle
4. a line in a movie and so on that elicits such fun

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bomb

hole, explosive projectile, imitative origin

explosion

bomp

sound of successful / punch (“Garfield”, Jim Davis). Discover extra hit / punch phrases

hard_hit

bong

sound of bouncing. from:

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bonk

sound of one thing heavy hitting one thing else. Discover extra hit / punch phrases

hard_hit

boo

1. used to specific derision, disapproval 2. Used to startle somebody, when mentioned loudly and abruptly

human

boo-hoo

crying

human

increase

1. deep, hole sound, explosion. Discover extra explosion phrases 2. verb for the sound produced by the (male) bittern, a chicken species, to draw the females and set up their territory. every male has a singular voice. the increase of the male bittern is the lowest-pitched and essentially the most far-carrying track produced by any European chicken. it’s written as “oonk-a-lunk” or “punk-er-lunk” and might be heard as much as 5 km away in the correct climate circumstances. about this chicken

explosion animal bird

boooOOOOOOooo

(automotive) sound of a foul turbo. Cartalk

engine automotive

boop

A lightweight faucet or bump on the nostril in a cute approach. This phrase is an ideophone, which means that it evokes the concept of sound to explain phenomena that don’t essentially have sound. Whereas not technically onomatopoeia, it’s used like onomatopoeia. know your meme

animal physique meme

boosh

A phrase that describes the sound of an explosion; an expression used to specific awesomeness. Ex. (1) We lit the fuel can on fireplace, and it went “BOOSH!”. (2) When Tamera aced the take a look at, we heard her shout, “BOOSH!” in celebration. City Dictionary – Because of college students of Ms. Lane’s seventh grade class! Discover extra explosions

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bop

sound of successful / punch (“Garfield”, Jim Davis). Discover extra hit / punch phrases

hard_hit

borborygmus

the rumbling sound produced by the motion of fuel by way of the intestines of animals, together with people. Abdomen growling.

eat_drink animal fuel

bounce

A heavy blow. Probably of imitative origin. Etymonline

bow-wow

canine vocalization. Discover extra canine vocalizations

animal

brahnk

bullfrog vocalization (When the fireflies come by Jonathan London).

animal frog quack croak

bratatat

sound of machine gun. (Bratatat! is a Roy Lichtenstein portray)

weapon

bray

to utter the attribute loud harsh cry of a donkey

animal

breet

Referee whistle. additionally: preet

sports activities music

brekekekex, koax, koax

(Historic Greek) frog . Options in Aristophanes’ comedy Batrachoi (“The Frogs”, (405 BCE) – as translated by Matthew Dillon. The phrase was additionally utilized by Hans Christian Andersen, within the fairy story Tommeliden (“Thumbelina”, 1835)

animal

bringg

sound of ringing phone. Extra phone sounds

tone

brinng

sound of ringing phone. Extra phone sounds

brouhaha

hubbub, uproar

human

brum-brum-brum-brum-brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Sound of a chainsaw

bubble

air enclosed by liquid, or to bubble: the method of bubbles being shaped, most likely of imitative origin

liquid fuel water

buffet

(probably of imitative origin) blow. Discover extra hit / punch phrases

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buffoon

(probably of imitative origin) clown, could stem from allusion to puffing out cheeks as a comic book gesture

fuel misc

bum! brrum! brrrumble!!!!

Sound of a giant bass drum. From the youngsters’s ebook Squeak, Rumble, Whomp Whomp Womp. Wynton Marsalis & Paul Rogers, 2012 Candlewick Press

music

bumble

to blunder, from Center English bomblen (to increase)

motion

bumblebee

A bumblebee (additionally spelled as bumble bee) is any member of the bee genus Bombus, within the household Apidae. They’re characterised by are characterised by black and yellow physique hairs, typically in bands. Etymonline: 1520s, changing M.E. humbul-be, alt. by assoc. with M.E. bombeln “to boom, buzz,” echoic, from PIE base *kem “to hum,” echoic.

bump

heavy boring blow, or its end result (a swelling). Discover extra hit / punch phrases

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burble

to type bubbles, movement with effervescent sound

liquid water

burp

the act of belching

human human eat_drink

burr

uvular pronounciation of the letter “r”

human

buzz

1. a sibilant buzzing sound, like a bee (additionally: bzzz, hum) 2. the sound of a buzzer 3. a confusion of exercise and gossip, chatter, discuss. Additionally used as a verb “the bees were buzzing”, “he buzzed a servant”

human animal tone

bwahaha!

laughter, boisterous

laughter

bwak

sound of a punch or kick. from:

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bweee

electrical energy tone

tone

BWEEP bip bip BWEEP

U.S. metropolis police siren in visitors (ref)

police tone alarm siren metropolis car automotive

bwok

sound of a punch or kick. from:

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bwoom

explosion Discover extra explosion phrases

explosion

bwow-chcka-bwow

funky palm-muted riffs with wah pedal (sound impact), related to pornographic film soundtracks. typically mixed with taking part in “airguitar”. see additionally: neow, jug, whockah

music

bwwob bwwwobbubwub

Sound of a automotive engine low on coolant Cartalk

automotive engine

bzzz

sound of a flying insect

animal

ca-chunk

sound of huge metal-framed ink-stamps utilized by court docket clerks (ref)

metal hit

caa

sound made by a crow

cackle

1. the sound made by a hen after laying an egg, 2. speaking in a cackling method, most likely has partial imitative origin

human animal bird

caterwaul

to make a harsh cry (like a cat in warmth). Extra cat sounds

animal vocalization

caw

chicken , normally a raven or crow

animal bird

cha-cha-cha

a quick rhythmic ballroom dance of Latin-American origin with a primary sample of three steps and a shuffle. The title is derived from the rhythm of the guiro (scraper) and the shuffling of the dancers’ toes

music

cha-ching

sound of a money register. additionally: ka-ching

cash metal cash

chachalaca

chicken species title, see plain chachalaca

animal bird

chakk-chackk-chak-chak, chak-a-chak-akk-chk-chk-chk

sound of a helicopter. Discover all helicopter sounds

engines helicopter motion

cham

to chew noisily. Discover extra chewing noises

human eat_drink

champ

to chew noisily. additionally: cham. Discover extra chewing noises

chat

to converse simply and familiarly. additionally a reputation for small birds, such because the warbler

human animal bird

chatter

fast repeated sounds (by birds or people)

human animal bird

chatterer

1. an individual who chatters 2. widespread title for chicken species, see babbler

animal bird

cheep

chicken vocalization (nonspecific)

animal bird

chickadee

any of a number of small North American oscine birds (genus Poecile of the household Paridae) which might be associated to the titmice. about this chicken

animal bird

chiffchaff

title of chicken species, named by its track. about this chicken

animal bird

chiming

the sound of wedding ceremony bells (options within the poem “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe)

metal music

ching-a-ling

sound of a bell

chink

to make a pointy ringing sound

metal

chirp

chicken vocalization (nonspecific)

animal bird

chirr

the quick vibrant or trilled sound, attribute of an insect (as a grasshopper or cicada)

animal

chirrup

1. to utter a collection of chirps, or to make clucking or clicking sounds with the lips, as in urging on a horse, 2. chicken vocalization

animal bird

chit-chat

mild, casual dialog

human

chitter

to twitter or chatter (high-pitched sounds), like a chicken, or raccoon

animal bird

chomp

to chew or chunk one thing. Discover extra chewing noises

human eat_drink animal

choo-choo

young children’s phrase for practice (steam engine)

engine

chooga chooga chooga

steam engine or practice. Click on right here for extra practice sounds

engine motion

chortle

laughter, gleeful chuckle, chuckling and snorting. Ususally designated as an outline of a bizarre chuckle, however a chortle generally is a chuckle you make whenever you REALLY get pleasure from one thing. Typically utilized in British comedian “the Dandy and the Beano” or “Beano book”, e.g. Dennis the Menace’s annoying behavior of guffawing at his personal actions: “Ha ha! Look Gnasher! Chortle!”

laughter

chough

genus Pyrrhocorax of birds within the Corvidae (crow) household. now universally pronounced ‘chuff’. Nonetheless it most likely initially rhymed with “how”, as ‘chow’ is an affordable illustration of its name (in keeping with this web site). link1 (white-winged chough), link2 (red-billed chough)

animal bird

Chrrrick chrrrick chrrrick chrrrrick

Placing butter on toast with a knife. From the youngsters’s ebook Squeak, Rumble, Whomp Whomp Womp. Wynton Marsalis & Paul Rogers, 2012 Candlewick Press

metal eat_drink

chuck-will’s-widow

(Caprimulgus carolinensis) nocturnal chicken of the nightjar household Caprimulgidae, much like the whip-poor-will, discovered within the southeastern United States close to swamps, rocky uplands, and pine woods. It migrates to the West Indies, Central America, and northwestern South America. voice: Name a loud “Chuck-will’s-widow,” with the primary “chuck” being quiet and inaudible at a distance. about this chicken

animal bird

chug

a boring explosive sound made by or as if by a laboring engine

engine

chug chugchug chugchug mmmoooosh

sound of a steamroller (Diggers go by Steve Gentle. All caps within the ebook CHUG CHUGCHUG CHUGCHUG MMMMOOOOSH)

engine tools street

CHUGGA chugga chugga CHUGGA chugga chugga CHOO CHOOOOOOO

steam engine or practice. from this ebook:

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machine motion

chukar

The Chukar Partridge (Alectoris chukar) is a Eurasian upland gamebird within the pheasant household Phasianidae. Their track is a loud chuck-chuck-chukar-chukar from which the title is derived. Extra

animal bird

chumma chumma chumma, hufft hufft, falump

Sounds made by an excavator (From Diggers go by Steve Gentle). Within the ebook all caps CHUMMA CHUMMA CHUMMA, HUFFT HUFFT
FALUMP

engine metal digging

chunk

to chunk, a verb for sound made by a giant engine, as in (from the poem “engineers” by Jimmy Garthwaite, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett)

engine

clack

1. chatter, prattle 2. to make an abrupt hanging sound or collection of sounds, corresponding to footsteps 3. cry of a chicken , particularly fowl. see additionally: cackle, cluck 4. Sound of a late nineteenth century gun being closed after loading, in keeping with a reply to a yahoo!Solutions publish concerning the sound of outdated weapons

animal chicken weapon metal

clackety-clack

sound of a practice sound of a practice using on a railroad swap or joint ( by David McCord, in Noisy poems by Jill Bennett). additionally: clickety-clack

metal engine

clang

1. loud ringing metallic sound. For instance clang or klang is usually used for when an aluminum baseball bat hits the baseball 2. to clang, verb for harsh cry of a chicken (as a crane or goose), 3. to clang, verb for the sound of fireside bells (options within the poem “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe).

hard_hit animal chicken metal

clank

1. the sound of steel when struck, 2. to clank, verb for the sound made by a giant engine (from the poem “engineers” by Jimmy Garthwaite, in Noisy poems by Jill Bennett)

hard_hit engine

clap

a pointy, forcible or resounding noise

hard_hit

claque

(probably of imitative origin) organized physique of employed applauders

crack

conflict

loud sound of collision adopted by a confusion of lesser sounds

hard_hit

clatter

to make a rattling sound

crack

cliche

stereotyped phrase (imitative origin, from the sound of dropping the matrix on the molten steel)

human

click on

1. slight sharp sound, eg. digital camera making a photograph. 2. nonvocal suction sound in some languages, 3. to speak noisily or quickly. The sound made by dolphins can be referred to as “clicking”.
Within the media: click on it or ticket is the title and slogan of a Nationwide Freeway Site visitors Security Administration marketing campaign geared toward growing the usage of seat belts amongst younger folks in the USA. Additionally: “clunk click, every trip (click the seatbelt on after clunking the car door closed; UK campaign) and: “click on, clack, back and front” (click, clack of connecting the seatbelts; AU campaign)

human animal automotive

clickety-clack

sound of a train sound of a train riding on a railroad switch or joint ( by David McCord, in Noisy poems by Jill Bennett), see also clackety-clack

metal movement engine

clink

sound of metal when struck

hard_hit metal

clinker

very hard kind of brick, named after the sound produced when struck

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clip clop

sound of a walking horse. More horse sounds

animal

clippity-clop

sound of galloping horse. More horse sounds

animal

clitter

to make a shrill creaking noise by rubbing together special bodily structures, as of male insects such as crickets or grasshoppers

animal

clobber

sound of a hit / punch, verb: to batter severely. Find more hit / punch words

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cltkty

sound of a coin put into a vending machine (from the graphic novel “Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Child on Earth”, ref)

metal

cluck

1. bird : the peculiar sound of a brooding hen 2. To make a clicking sound with the tongue

animal bird

cock-a-doodle-doo

call of a rooster, usually in the morning

animal bird

common poor-will

(Phalaenoptilus nuttallii) nocturnal bird of the family Caprimulgidae, the nightjars, found from British Columbia and southeastern Alberta, through the western United States to northern Mexico. Call: a loud “poor-will.” about this chicken

animal bird

coo

chicken , attribute be aware of doves and pigeons

animal bird

cough

to expel air noisily from the lungs, normally to expel fluids that resonate throughout respiratory

human illness

crack

to make a pointy quick noise

crack

crackle

1. To make a succession of slight sharp snapping noises: a fireplace crackling within the wooden range.
2. To point out liveliness, power, or depth: a ebook that crackles with humor.
3. To change into coated with a community of fantastic cracks; craze.
v.tr.
1. To crush (paper, for instance) with sharp snapping sounds.
2. To trigger (china, for instance) to change into coated with a community of fantastic cracks.

within the media: Snap, Crackle, and Pop are the cartoon mascots of Kellogg’s breakfast cereal Rice Krispies. They’re named after the sound rice krispies make when they’re dropped in a bowl of milk

crash

to sprint to items, or the noise produced by it

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creak

a harsh cry, sound of a rusty gate hinge, to talk stridently or querulously, or to make a shrill grating noise

metal crack

cricket

title of chirping insect, grasshopper

animal crack

crinkle

to make a tender crackling sound, rustle

crack

croak

1. frog , 2. to utter a deep hoarse cry

animal

croaker

Frequent title for Sciaenidae, a household of fish. Additionally referred to as drums or hardheads for the repetitive throbbing or drumming sounds they make. The sounds are produced by the beating of belly muscle groups towards the swim bladder. extra

croon

1. To hum or sing softly. 2. To sing well-liked songs in a tender, sentimental method. 3. (Scottish) To roar or bellow. Probably of imitative origin. Initially “to bellow like a bull” in addition to “to utter a low, murmuring sound” Etymonline

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croup

throat-disease with a pointy, barking cough. imitative origin

human illness

crow

to utter the cry of a rooster

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crunch

1. to chew with a loud crackling sound, 2. to crush, grind, or tread noisily. Discover extra chewing noises

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crunch, crunch, crunch

sound of footsteps on gravel, stones

human stones

cry

1. to name loudly, 2. to weep, 3. verb for the sound of a trumpet (within the poem “Lepanto” by G. Ok. Chesterton:

human music

cuckcoo

cuckoo, chicken species Cuculus Canorus, named by its cry. Additionally, a kind of clock named after the chicken. link1 (chicken), link2 (clock)

animal bird

curlew

any of varied largely brownish mainly migratory birds (particularly genus Numenius) having lengthy legs and a protracted slender down-curved invoice and associated to the sandpipers and snipes. title is imitative of the sound it makes. about this chicken

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currawong

chicken species title, see pied currawong

animal bird

d’oh

interjection used to specific sudden recognition of a silly blunder or an ironic flip of occasions, popularized by The Simpsons television cartoon collection, wherein predominant character Homer makes use of it typically. additionally: doh.

human

dab

to strike with tender stress

light_hit

dada

vocal sound produced by a human toddler

human

dakka

the sound produced by fully-automatic weapons in motion. Use in pc gaming: Buying “more dakka” results in a sooner price of bullet discharge and thus improves the participant’s general probability of taking out hostiles
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weapons

sprint

to maneuver violently or all of a sudden. additionally lash

motion

deed-a-reedle

sound of a fiddle (“the ceremonial band” by James Reeves, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett)

music

dibble dibble dopp dopp

sound of rain (from Mr. Brown can moo, are you able to? by Dr. Seuss). Extra rain sounds

climate liquid water

dickcissel

title of chicken species (Spiza americana). small American seed-eating chicken within the household Cardinalidae. voice: From an open perch in a discipline, this chicken’s track is a pointy “dick dick” adopted by a buzzed “cissel”, additionally transcribed as “skee-dlees chis chis chis” or “dick dick ciss ciss ciss”. about this chicken

animal bird

didgeridoo

(most likely of imitative origin) indigenous Australian instrument, of imitative origin. hyperlink (video)

music

dikdik

small antelope that lives within the bushes of East Africa, Angola and Namibia. Dik-diks are named for the alarm calls of the females, which make a dik-dik, or zik-zik sound. Along with the feminine’s alarm name, each the female and male make a shrill whistling sound.

ding

sound of metal when struck

hard_hit metal

ding-dong

tolling of a bell

metal

dirnt

Sound of a bass-guitar. From: Mike Dirnt, the bassist of the rock band Inexperienced Day. Dirnt’s start title is Michael Ryan Pritchard. In line with Wikipedia, in school, he would would typically play “air-bass”, pretending to pluck the strings, whereas making the noise, “dirnt, dirnt, dirnt”. In consequence, his schoolmates started to name him “Mike Dirnt”. See additionally Yahoo Solutions. Associated: wub wub, wob wob and different sounds of bass in dubstep music.

dodogyuuun

the menacing cry of Arceus, God of the Pokemon world

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dong

sound of bouncing. from:

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doo-wop

type in vocal rhythm and blues music from the 1950-1960, wherein ad-lib syllables corresponding to “doo wop, doo wah” are sung in concord hyperlink (video)

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dook

1. sound of consuming from a bottle (‘dook, dook, dook’ as in webcomic Scary Go Spherical) 2. verb: to dook, clucking or chuckling sound made by ferrets when excited or joyful. Extra about ferrets

animal

dot a dot dot

sound of rain drops hitting a window pane (within the poem by Eve Merriam, in Noisy poems by Jill Bennett). Extra rain sounds

light_hit climate liquid water

drone

male honeybee, most likely of imitative origin

animal

dubdubdubdubdubdub

Sound of a helicopter. Discover all helicopter sounds

engine helicopter motion

duh

interjection used to specific precise or feigned ignorance or stupidity, additionally used derisively to point that one thing simply said is all too apparent or self-evident

human

dunh dunh durrr

Sound of guitar strumming rock Reddit

dwoiiinnnnnnnngggggggig

sound of a ruler strummed towards a desk (ref)

plastic metal hit vibration

japanese phoebe

(Sayornis phoebe) small passerine chicken. This tyrant flycatcher breeds in japanese North America, though its regular vary doesn’t embody the southeastern coastal USA. It’s migratory, wintering within the southernmost USA and Central America. Voice: Music is 2 tough, whistled notes, “fee-bee” with the second be aware rasping or with a stuttered, extra whistly second be aware “fee-b-be-bee.” Name be aware a transparent chip. about this chicken

animal bird

japanese whipbird

(Psophodes olivaceus) chicken species present in japanese Australia. The Whipbirds’ lengthy “whip” name, some of the attribute sounds of the Australian bush, is carried out as a duet. The male makes the drawn out whip crack and the feminine normally follows rapidly with a pointy “choo-choo”. about this chicken

animal bird

eee-aaaah

donkey , additionally: hee haw (verb: to bray)

animal

eeeeeee

siren

tone

eeeoooeeeooo

siren

tone

eeeyouch

interjection expressing ache (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

ache

eek eek

1. monkey, mouse or rat vocalization 2. sound of a squaky shoe (from “Mr. Brown can moo, can you?” by Dr. Seuss) 3. human exclamation uttered when scared or distressed

animal

Eeyore

Eeyore is the title of the donkey from Winnie-the-Pooh. The title is onomatopoeia for the braying sound made by a donkey, sometimes written as hee haw in American English.

eh

interjection used to ask for affirmation or repetition or to specific inquiry ; used particularly in Canadian English in anticipation of the listener’s or reader’s settlement

human

fa-thud

sound of somebody hitting the ground after falling

preventing punch hard_hit hit

fanfare

(most likely of imitative origin) a flourish of brass devices. hyperlink (video)

music

fap fap fap

Sound of masturbating (male)

human

fart

(probably of imitative origin, however debatable) English language vulgarism mostly utilized in reference to flatulence. Onomatopoeia for farts have been recommended in numerous web boards in response to questions of people that wanted a phrase to explain the sound: eg. right here and right here. The recommended phrases embody brrt, braaah, THPPTPHTPHPHHPH (Calvin and Hobbes), phhhhhhrt, PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP, pff, prtrtrtrgurtrufnasutututut, prrrt, PFFT!, PHHhhhh…, SPLPLPLLLP, WHOooooffff, poot, prrrrrrrvt, scraeft, ppppppwwarrrrppppp, pllllllllllllllllllllllllloooooooooooaaa…, RRRRRRRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPPPPP, fuuuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrt, thhhppbbbb, verrrrrrrrrnnnnnntttttt, hooooooooooooooooooooooooonk, pbpbpbpbp, frr frr frrrrrr rampooooooooo ag, pppppppptttttttttttttttttttttttt, flurpppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp… Additionally, in keeping with many responders it depends upon the fart (farting could make many doable sounds).

human fuel

fash

sound of fended off punch with the hand. from:

hard_hit motion

Ffffffffffffff

1. blowing on scorching soup 2. flatulence (fart) 3. air operating out of a tire

fuel air eat_drink automotive meals

Ffffkrrrrshhzzzwooooom..woom..woooom..

Sounds of a lightsaber (Star Wars films) Reddit

weapon saber sword

fillip

sound of snapping the fingers

music

finch

title for a household of passerine birds (fringilla), whose name is usually written as “fink fink”, “pink pink”, or “spink spink” about this chicken. could also be of imitiative origin

animal bird

fizz

1. A hissing or effervescent sound. 2. Effervescence.3. An effervescent / carbonated beverage
“plop, plop, fizz, fizz” was once the slogan in Alka Seltzer commercials for a few years. 4. 2. casual ( typically foll by out ) to fail or die out, esp after a promising begin. Additionally spelled as

explosion fuel liquid eat_drink water

flac-flac-flac

sound of a helicopter. Discover all helicopter sounds

engines helicopter motion

flap

1. a blow, 2. noise of a chicken’s wing in movement, 3. to strike with one thing versatile or broad

hard_hit animal chicken motion

flash

1. sudden burst of flame or mild, 2. sudden rush of water

explosion liquid

flatulence

See fart. (The phrase “flatulence” shouldn’t be an onomatopoeia)

human fuel

flibbertigibbet

A flighty or whimsical particular person, normally a younger girl. In fashionable use, it’s used as a slang time period, particularly in Yorkshire, for a gossipy or overly talkative particular person. Its origin is in a meaningless illustration of chattering.

human dialog

flick

a lightweight sharp jerky stroke or motion

light_hit motion

flick a flack fleck

sound of rain drops hitting a window pane (within the poem by Eve Merriam, in Noisy poems by Jill Bennett). Extra rain sounds

light_hit climate liquid water

flicker

1. to flutter, hover, vibrate 2. chicken species title, see northern flicker

animal chicken crack

flip-flop

flip-flops are a easy footwear named by sound produced when strolling in them

movement human

flog

to beat, thrash. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

floovb, floovb, vwomp, vwomp

sound of a foul tire of a automotive. Cartalk

automotive engine movement rubber

flop

to fall, collapse, with a boring or heavy sound

hard_hit

flumppf

sound of a wad of mail because it falls from a letter-box (ref)

paper movement hit

flush

to flood or spray totally with water or different liquid, as for cleaning functions. flush can have many meanings however within the sense of flooding with liquid it may be seen as imitative

liquid rinse

flutter

1. to flap wings quickly, 2. to drift from side to side

animal chicken movement liquid

Fnarr! Fnarr!

a ribald chuckle to attract consideration to a double entendre. From Viz journal sketch Finbarr Saunders (thanks, Patz Gardiner)

laughing human

freh, freh, freh

sound of an animal (significantly a canine/wolf/coyote) shaking water off its fur (“Borreguita and the Coyote: A Tale from Ayutla, Mexico”, by Verna Aardema)

animal liquid

frou-frou

rustling, like silk attire do

crack

fwappa

Sound of a parachute opening ( Pokemon Black and White Vol 7 Kusaka & Yamamoto)

misc soft_hit fuel

fwip fwip fwip

sound of a canine’s wagging tail ( Wag! Patrick McDonnell)

animal tail motion

fwww – cluck

sound of a hockey puck hitting the web of the purpose after which the ice (ref)

sports activities ice hockey hit

gabing

sound of a flying object hitting somebody’s head (Garfield, Jim Davis) Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

gada, gada, gada

sound of drums (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

music

gag

to choke

human disease eat_drink animal

gaggle

the chatter or cackle of geese

animal bird

gak

Sound uttered by an individual choking. Additionally: argh, awk, gasp

disease pain eat_drink

gargle

to scrub the mouth with suspended liquid, additionally: gurgle

liquid water

gasp

sound produced by sufferer of punch within the abdomen. from:

the unique phrase, which means “to catch the breath convulsively and audibly (as with shock)” shouldn’t be immediately imitative

human hard_hit

gecko

title of lizard species, comes from Malay phrase “gekoq”, imitiative of its name. (Extra about geckos)

animal

geez

interjection used to specific disbelief or exasperation. As in: . Various to saying to be able to be much less offensive. Additionally: sheesh.

human dialog

gibberish

1. gibberish is fast, inarticulate, typically silly sounding speech, 2. in keeping with this wikipedia entry, additionally it is a verb for the sound made by apes/monkeys (as in “dogs bark, monkeys gibber”)

human animal

giggle

chuckle in a fashion suggestive of silly levity or uncontrollable amusement

human laughter

glok

sound of a kick towards somebody’s physique (head, for instance). from:

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hard_hit

glop

sound one thing liquidy and unappetizing hitting a dinner plate

human eat_drink

glug

sound of swallowing a drink

human eat_drink

gnash

to strike tooth collectively

human animal

gnaw

to chunk persistently

human eat_drink animal

gobble

chicken vocalization, sometimes a turkey

animal bird

gobbledygook

(noun) jargon or extremely intricate language that’s onerous to know or incomprehensible. Comes from gobble, the vocalization of turkeys. Wikipedia

gong

metallic disk used as a percussive musical instrument named by the sound produced when struck

music

gr gr ok ok grk

Sound of scraping and hammering in rocky materials at an archeological / paleontological excavation. from:
. All caps within the ebook: GR GR Ok Ok GRK

stone carving metal digging

gray-winged trumpeter

(Psophia crepitans) chicken species present in South America, whose track is a low buzzing, however its name, as its title suggests, is a really loud JEEK or honking TZAAK, which stands out as the purpose for the title “trumpeter”. This chicken is stored as a pet by Amerindians, since it’s simply tamed, hunts snakes, and is a really environment friendly sentinel, with its unmissable alarm name. about this chicken

animal bird

nice kiskadee

passerine chicken (Pitangus sulphuratus) present in southern Texas and center and south america. this chicken is a flycatcher. the voice is described by some sources as dee-kis-ka-dee, by others as BEE-tee-WEE. The latter offers the chicken its title in numerous languages and nations: In Brazilian Portuguese the birds title is bem-te-vi, or bien-te-veo (spanish) which means (“I’ve spotted you!”). In El Salvador the chicken is named Cristofue, and in Paraguay as pitogue. In French it’s referred to as tyran quiquivi. link1, link2, video

animal bird

groan

1. to utter a loud deep sound of grief or ache, 2. the sound of funeral bells (within the poem “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe, 3. sound of drums (within the poem “Lepanto” by G. Ok. Chesterton: “…For he heard drums groaning and he heard guns jar …”

human human pain music

growl

a low, guttural, menacing sound made by an animal, corresponding to a bear

animal

grrrakka kkakkakkakkakkakkakk akkakkakk kkakka akk

Sounds made by a jackhammer (From Diggers go by Steve Gentle). Within the ebook all caps GRRRAKKA
KKAKKAKKAKKAKKAKKAKK
AKKAKKAKKAKK
AKKAKKAKK
AKKA
KKAKKA
AKK

engine metal

grrrraaawr

cry of tyrannosaurus rex (imagined). from:

animal dinosaur predator

grumble

to mutter in discontent

human

grump

to growl, rumble. Grumpy: surly tempered, making inarticulate noises betokening displeasure

human

grunt

pig vocalization, the deep quick sound attribute of a hog

human animal

gshaaaa

Hissing sound made by dinosaur or large lizard. from:

animal fuel breath

guff

1. silly nonsense
2. annoying or playful criticism

human dialog

guffaw

course, hearty, boisterous laughter, stomach chuckle

human laughter

gulla, gulla, glugluglugluglug

sound of a foul axle, in a automotive (Cartalk)

automotive car engine metal

gulp

to swallow greedily or quickly in massive quantities. e.g. “she gulps down a whole mug of coffee”.

human eat_drink

gunko, gunko

sound of wagon wheels (“Pedro and the padre”, by Verna Aardema)

engine

gurgle

to movement in a damaged irregular present, make the sound of effervescent liquid, washing the mouth with suspended liquid (soundclip), additionally: gargle

liquid water

gurrhr

cat vocalization, as utilized in James Joyce’s Ulysses Extra cat sounds

animal

gwuf, gwuf, gwuf

sound of footstep (“Pedro and the padre”, by Verna Aardema)

human motion

gyuh gyuh,gyuh

signature chuckle of sherrif Roscoe P. Coltrane in television collection The Dukes of Hazzard

laughter

ha ha

laughter. most typical type. depth grows by including ha’s. absence of an exclamation mark generally is a trace of sarcasm, or point out a well mannered, however unenthusiastic chuckle. depending on context, tone, facial features, and so on. Additionally: haha

laughter

ha!

1. laughter. not a boisterous chuckle, however amused. 2. Additionally an exclamation utilized by the great man leaping out of the bushes to suprise a villain

laughter

HA-ha!

signature chuckle of Nelson, a personality from The Simpsons. Nelson is a bully at Bart Simpson’s college, and he laughs at anybody who’s in peril. His chuckle can be written as “Haw-Haw!”. hyperlink to sound

human laughter

ha-ha-ha-HA-ha

emphasis on the fourth Ha (louder and better pitch) and first three ha’s step by step go up in pitch. signature chuckle of cartoon character Woody Woodpecker. Youtube

ha.

The interval (as an alternative of exclamation mark) makes this expression of laughter sound unenthusiastic, bored, in a rush, or probably not amused

laughter

hackigi-gi-gi-gi

laughter. signature chuckle of Ed Bickel, from 3 south

laughter

hah!

laughter. diminutive, victorious

laughter

hah-hah-hah

sound of a canine panting. additionally: hu hu hu hu, ah uh ah uh, heh-heh-heh. (these have been among the many replies to a query posted on Yahoo solutions)

har har!

laughter. sarcastic, as if sarcastically saying “very funny.” or quaint hick chuckle

laughter

harumph

Interjection, an expression of disdain, disbelief, protest, or dismissal; a huff, grunt, or snort. additionally: harumpf

interjection human

haw

laughter, typically used to specific scorn or disbelief. Typically duplicated or triplicated (haw haw or haw haw haw)

human laughter

hawk

an audible effort to pressure up phlegm from the throat

human

he-he

laughter

human laughter

hee haw

1. bray of a donkey, 2. loud coarse chuckle

human laughter

hee!

laughter. typically barely naughty, e.g. when used after pulling a naughty prank. Additionally used with a number of s: heeheehee!

heh, heh!

laughter. typically perverted, or which means “that’s not really funny”. Often, “heh” is a quiet laughing sound, not laughing out loud. Heh heh might also be a superb transcription of the signature chuckle of Beavis, from cartoon Beavis and Butthead. Typically merely a extra faint, personal chuckle

laughter

heh-heh-heh

sound of a canine panting. additionally: hu hu hu hu, hah-hah-hah, ah uh ah uh. (Yahoo solutions)

hehehe!

laughter. evil chuckle utilized by dangerous man when one among his plans goes proper

laughter

hem

clearing throat. Additionally: ahem

hey

interjection used particularly to name consideration or to specific interrogation, shock, or exultation

human

hhhhrrrrrrnnnnngggg

sound of the purpose mild and siren in a hockey recreation (ref)

sports activities hockey purpose alarm siren tone

hello

interjection used as a greeting

human

hiccup

spasm of the respiratory organs accompanied by a resonant gasping noise. Additionally: hiccough

human eat_drink

hip

interjection used to introduce a united cheer (cf. hip-hip-hurrah). within the which means “trendy” or “informed”, it might come from “hep” (african-american slang), of which the origin shouldn’t be clear

human

hiss

to make a pointy sibilant sound, produced by geese and snakes, or a cat (when indignant/scared). Extra cat sounds

fuel vocalization

hissssssssss ssss ss

(automotive) sound a of a failing brake booster

engine automotive

hm

interjection utilized in some ways, one among which is to point that one is considering, feeling, introspecting. additionally: hmm (extra m’s are added for dramatic impact or different causes

hmpf

interjection used to specific doubt or contempt. Additionally: humph, humpf

ho ho ho!

laughter. signature chuckle of Santaclaus

laughter

ho hum

interjection used to specific weariness, boredom, or disdain

human

hohn hohn hohn hohn

laughter. evil… and French. “We will show the stupid Americans who le clutzy frog, eh?”
“HOHN! HOHN! HOHN! HOHN!” — The Simpsons, Treehouse of Horror 8

laughter

honk

1. chicken vocalization (e.g. goose), 2. car-horn

animal chicken automotive

hoo hoo

chicken vocalization: the cry of an owl, additionally: hoot, tu-whu, terwit terwoo, whit woo, twit twoo

animal bird

hoo hoo hoo hoo

1. monkey vocalization, additionally: ook, hoo hoo hoo hoo, oo oo oo, 2. the sound of wind, 3. the sound of a ghost (2 and three: within the poem “The congo” by Vachel Lindsay “…Like the wind. Hoo, Hoo, Hoo. Listen to the yell of Leopold’s ghost…”

animal weather

hoopoe

title of chicken species. imitative origin, however the hoopoe’s name is definitely a trisyllabic “oop-oop-oop”. hyperlink (video)

animal bird

hooray

exclamation used to specific pleasure, approval, or encouragement. additionally: hurrah

hoot

chicken vocalization, normally the cry of an owl. additionally: hoo hoo, tu-whu, terwit terwoo, whit woo

animal bird

hottentot

member of native S. African race. Probably imitative of the language spoken by the folks referred to

human

houyhnhnm

Pronounced “Whin-ems,” like a horse’s whinny, the Houyhnhnm are a race of clever horses in ebook 4 of Jonathan Swift’s novel Gulliver’s Travels

animal misc

howl

extended, doleful cry, sometimes of a canine or wolf, however may also be human or monkey. discover canine vocalizations

animal human

howler monkey

Howler monkeys are broadly thought of to be the loudest land animal. The principle vocals encompass loud, deep guttural growls or “howls”. Their vocalizations might be heard from 3 miles (4.8 km) away. It’s hypothesized that the perform of howling pertains to intergroup spacing and territory safety, in addition to probably mate-guarding. extra

hrrooonnh

that is one among a number of strategies in response to the query of find out how to write the sound of a bull, on wiki-answers. additionally: muuhhhrrr, rrrruuuurrrr, moo, low, huuuooohar. in the event you want a verb: bulls “bellow” (not directly imitative)

animal

hu hu hu hu

sound of a canine panting. additionally: ah uh ah uh; hah-hah-hah; heh-heh-heh>/a> (Yahoo solutions )

huff

sound of exhaling, blowing, puffing

animal fuel

huh

interjection used to specific shock, disbelief, or confusion, or as an inquiry inviting affirmative reply, additionally: uh-huh

human

huh huh huh

laughter. signature chuckle of Butt-head from cartoon Beavis and Butthead

laughter

hum

1. to make a low inarticulate murmuring sound, typically making a melody “to hum a tune”, 2. a verb for the sound that bees and hummingbirds make (eg. “the dog barks, the bee hums”), additionally: buzz

animal music

hummingbird

Hummingbirds are birds that comprise the household Trochilidae. They’re among the many smallest of birds. They’ll hover in mid-air and fly backwards, Their English title derives from the attribute hum made by their fast wing beats. extra

animal bird

humph

interjection used to specific doubt or contempt. additionally: humpf, hmpf

hurrah

exclamation used to specific pleasure, approval, or encouragement. additionally: hooray

hush

to place at relaxation, cease speaking, make quiet

human

huuuooohar

that is one among a number of strategies in response to the query of find out how to write the sound of a bull, on wiki-answers. additionally: rrrruuuurrrr, moo, low, hrrooonnh, muuhhhrrr. in the event you want a verb: bulls “bellow” (not directly imitative)

animal

huuuuuuuuuugh

cry of a hippopotamus

animal

hyuk hyuk

laughter. extra quaint and extra hick than yuk, yuk

laughter

jabber

to speak quick and indistinctly, imitative origin

human

jangle

to make a harsh metallic sound, or to trigger to make a harsh discordant sound

metal

jar

1. harsh sound, 2. the sound of weapons (within the poem “Lepanto” by G. Ok. Chesterton: “…For he heard drums groaning and he heard guns jar …”

weapon crack hard_hit explosion

jee je je jeee

(automotive) clutch launch bearing on the way in which out. Cartalk

engine automotive

jingle

1. to make a lightweight clinking or tinkling metallic sound, 2. to rhyme or sound in a catchy repetitious method 3. transient musical tune to mark the start of a present or section of a present

metal music

jug

sound of palm-muted energy chords on an electrical guitar. utilized in taking part in “air-guitar”. typically repetitive (jug jug jug – jug jug jug), typical of the musical type. as in Foo Fighters – “One by One”. see additionally: neow, whockah, bwow-chcka-bwow

music

bounce

to maneuver or be moved off the bottom. Probably imitative of the sound of toes coming into contact with floor when touchdown

animal motion

ka-ching

sound of money register, additionally: cha-ching

metal

Kaaahhkkk

Sound of a cat coughing up a hairball. Extra cat sounds

animal eat_drink disease cat vocalization

kaaapooooom

sound of a automotive operating over a street security bump (ref)

car automotive movement hit

kaboom

explosion. Discover extra explosions.

explosion

kapow

explosion. Discover extra explosions.

explosion

kashl

(pronounced )sound of a rattly, phlegmy cough

human disease crack

kata-kata

sound of operating footsteps (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

human motion

katydid

insect household also referred to as bush-cricket, long-horned grasshopper, named for the sound produced by the male (north american species)

animal

kea

(Nestor notabilis) title of a parrot species discovered within the mountains of New Zealand. Raucous cries of “keeaa” typically give away the presence of those extremely social and inquisitive birds. about this chicken

animal bird

kekekeke

laughter. extra quaint and extra hick than yuk, yuk

laughter

kerfuffle

commotion, disturbance. This phrase could also be of imititative origin

killdeer

chicken species named by their typical name

animal bird

kirik

sound of breaking steel (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

metal crack

kish-kish

the sound of ice skates throughout a recreation of hockey (ref)

ice movement human skating sports activities

kite

outdated english title for chicken of prey, normally a small hawk – most likely imitative of its shrill plaintive cry

animal bird

kittiwake

title for chicken genus Rissa, two intently associated seabird species within the gull household Laridae, the Black-legged Kittiwake (R. tridactyla) and the Pink-legged Kittiwake (R. brevirostris). The title is derived from its name, a shrill “kittee-wa-aaake, kitte-wa-aaake”

animal bird

klam

sound of a punch/hit throughout a struggle. from:

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hard_hit

klok

sound of a kick towards somebody’s physique (head, for instance). from:

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hard_hit

klopp klopp klopp

sound of a horse, strolling (from “Mr. Brown can moo, can you?” by Dr. Seuss)

animal

klunk

sound of heavy metallic objects colliding

hard_hit

knack

sharp blow or sound

hard_hit

knell

sound of a bell struck or rung

hard_hit

knock-knock

sound of hanging with a sounding blow. As in knocking on a door

hard_hit

knot

chicken species, see pink knot

animal bird

koink

sound of compressing a can of oil to lubricate one thing (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

metal engine liquid

kong

sound of meals bowl hitting the pinnacle (canine (Odie) getting hit on the pinnacle with a meals bowl, “Garfield”, Jim Davis)

hard_hit

kookaburra

The kookaburra is a genus of birds native to australia whose title is imitative of its name. The decision sounds a bit like hysterical human laughter, or maniacal cackling, relying on the species. extra information, video

animal chicken laughter

kra, ka, ka, hello

sound of drums (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

music

kraa

sound made by a raven

kreeen

sound of a small door opening. from:

movement squeaky peep rusty hinge

Krrrrrrrr

Sound of a skateboarder skateboarding. Skateboarder doing a trick: “Krrrrrrrr, snap! (pause) Crack! Krrrrrrrr…” consumer Mikemega on answerbag.com

movement human sport toy

kut-kut-kut

sound of a hen, clucking (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

animal bird

kwok

sound of an earthenware pot being smashed to items on the bottom (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

hard_hit

lap

to drink, lick with the tongue

human animal liquid eat_drink water

lash

1. to maneuver violently or all of a sudden. additionally: to sprint, 2. to thrash or beat violently, as in “the rain lashed at the windowpanes”. Extra rain sounds

hard_hit movement movement weather

lilt

sound of horn, or singing

music

lisp

to talk with sibilant utterance

human

low

cattle vocalization

animal

lub-dub-lub-dub-lub-dub …

Sound of a beating coronary heart. This appears the commonest spelling, utilized in medical texts. Additionally: dup-dup; ba bum; plop-plop; thud-thud; pop-pop; Typically the guts is alleged to and throb can be thought to have imitative origin. (Yahoo Solutions, 1, 2)

human disease pounding pump heartbeat

marauder

to rove or pillage for spoils. This phrase could also be of imitative origin, imitating the vocalization of a tomcat. Extra cat sounds

animal human destroy plunder

meow

cat vocalization. More cat sounds

animal

mew

cat vocalization. More cat sounds

animal

mkgnao

cat vocalization, as utilized in James Joyce’s Ulysses. additionally spelled mrkgnao; mrkrgnao

mlem

Sound of protruding one’s tongue, particularly to lap up one thing to drink. Fashionable with cat footage on the web.
Blogpost concerning the distinction between mlem and blep

cat meme animal tongue

moan

1. lengthy low inarticulate murmur, 2. (much less widespread) phrase describing the sound of doves (as in “The moan of doves in immemorial elms” within the poem “Come Down, O Maid” by Alfred Lord Tennyson), 3. (much less widespread) the sound of wind (within the poem “the night wind”, by Eugene Subject: “… For the wind will moan in its ruefullest tone:

human human pain disease weather

moo

cow vocalization

animal

moob

sound of an “implosion bomb”. In a classic Uncle Scrooge tale by Carl Barks, Gyro Gearloose invented an “implosion bomb” that sucked up material and compacted it into a neat pile. Intended for litter collection, the Written Sound Effect was “MOOB”, explicitly stated to be “BOOM” backwards. TvTropes

misc explosion weapons

mopoke

bird species also called Morepork, in Australia, two bird species known elsewhere as the tawny frogmouthabout this bird

animal bird

morepork

bird species also called mopoke or frogmouth

animal bird

mrow

cat vocalization. More cat sounds

animal

mrrroww

cat vocalization (Doggies by Sandra Boynton). More cat sounds

mrrrrgggggllll

sound made by murlocs (creatures in the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) World of Warcraft. also: mrclughluhlua, maagluuuuughhhhhh, mrglmrglmrglmrgl, aurrrrrrrrruuuuggguglugglugglugluguaa (according to players)

animal

mum

sound with closed lips not wanting to speak

human

mumble

to speak indistinctly

human

munch

to chew steadily. Find more chewing noises

human eat_drink animal

murmur

1. subdued continuous sound (often human voices), 2. to murmur, (less common) verb describing the sound of a swarm of bees or flies (as in “murmuring of innumerable bees”, from the poem “Come Down, O Maid” by Alfred Lord Tennyson)

human

mutter

to speak almost inaudibly with closed lips

human

muuhhhrrr

this is one of several suggestions in response to the question of how to write the sound of a bull, on wiki-answers. also: rrrruuuurrrr, moo, low, hrrooonnh, huuuooohar. if you need a verb: bulls “bellow” (not directly imitative)

animal

mwahaha

laughter, this is usually an evil sounding laugh. also: muahaha, muhaha

na na, na NA na

interjection. melodic childish taunting phrase, expressing a feeling of superiority or contempt for another. Meaning is similar to sticking your tongue out or laughing at someone. Often pronounced in a nasal voice. see also: neener, neener; nyah, nyah / nya, nya

laughter

naa

goat vocalization

animal

natter

to chatter aimlessly

human

NEE-eu NEE-eu

French police siren (ref)

police traffic siren tone alarm car automotive

neener, neener

interjection, typically used to taunt, ridicule, or boast in a childish manner. Verbal way of sticking your tongue out or laughing at someone. Often pronounced in a nasal voice. See also: nyah, nyah; na na, na NA na. WikiAnswers

laughter

neigh

the cry of a horse, also: whinny

animal

neow

sound of individual legato notes on an electric guitar, as in the guitar part in verse of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”: neow neow, neow neow. often combined with playing “airguitar”

music

nnn…nnn…nnn

sound of a crying dog. from this book:

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nnneeaoowww

sound of a propeller plane flying overhead (ref)

plane movement engine

nnnghuh nnnguh

Sound of a broken power steering pump in a car Cartalk

automotive engine

Nnnnnnnnn

The sound of an activated however immobile lightsaber in Star Wars films.

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saber weapon

northern flicker

chicken species title (Colaptes auratus). medium-sized member of the woodpecker household. It’s native to most of North America, elements of Central America, Cuba, the Cayman Islands, is among the few woodpecker species that migrates, and is the one woodpecker that generally feeds on the bottom. The track of the Northern Flicker is a loud wick wick wick wick or (in keeping with some sources) a squeaky flick-a, flick-a as in its title. about this chicken

animal bird

nyah, nyah

interjection, sometimes used to taunt, ridicule, or boast in a infantile method. Verbal approach of sticking your tongue out or laughing at somebody. Typically pronounced in a nasal voice. See additionally: neener, neener; na na, na NA na; nya, nya

oink

the cry of a pig

animal

om nom nom

vocal sound produced whereas chewing huge bites of one thing tasty in a rush, like the way in which Sesame Road’s cookie monster eats (finish of clip). Here is one other instance. Discover extra chewing noises

eat_drink animal

oo oo oo

monkey vocalization, additionally: ook, hoo hoo hoo hoo

animal

oof

sound uttered by somebody who’s punched within the abdomen. TheCrosswordSolver

human hit

ooh

interjection used to specific amazement, pleasure, or shock

human

ook

monkey vocalization, additionally: hoo hoo hoo hoo

animal

oompah

the sound produced by a big brass instrument. see additionally: umpa

music

oomph

1. energy, energy () 2. intercourse attraction 3. a low pitched grunting or thudding sound ().

human dialog energy hit

oonse

additionally spelled: untz. Sound of the repetitive beat in rave music (a sort of digital dance music)

oooaughoaua

coughing sound, utilized by a recurring character named Lorraine from the TV present Mad TV. She makes this sound when clearing her throat, additionally maybe in disgust and/or satisfaction in addition to in instances of awkward silence to ease the stress. It’s usually accompanied with a saying corresponding to “god that’s cute” whereas she unknowingly destroys the property of others when checking issues out. Laymen could make this sound as effectively of their on a regular basis life so as to add comedic aid to a dialog making references to Lorraine, in addition to to explain one thing disgusting. Video: Clip 1, Clip 2, Clip 3.

human

oops

interjection used sometimes to specific gentle apology, shock, or dismay, additionally: woops, whoops

human

ouch

interjection expressing ache or displeasure

human ache

ow

a typical exclamation expressing ache

human ache

ow-wow-wow-wow

Fox vocalization. It seems like a fast collection of very excessive pitched barks.
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owl

Nocturnal chicken of prey. The title is believed to have imitative origins, imitating the owl’s vocalizations. Wikipedia

chicken animal hoo

owooooah

sound of a coyote howling (“Borreguita and the Coyote: A Tale from Ayutla, Mexico”, by Verna Aardema)

animal

p-taff

sound of a handgun

weapon explosion

pad

to stroll with a tender boring tread

motion

pah-pa-rah

sound of a trumpet (“the ceremonial band” by James Reeves, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett)

music

pap

sound of a puck hit throughout hockey (ref)

sports activities hit hockey ice

pat

to strike frivolously

light_hit

patter

to make a collection of sunshine hanging sounds

light_hit

peck peck peck

sound of a woodpecker rapping with its beak on a tree Lucy Cousins kids’s ebook

animal bird

pee-oo-wee

chicken species title, particularly the japanese wooden pewee. about this chicken

animal bird

peeper

any of varied tree frogs that peep shrilly, particularly the spring peeper

animal

penk

sound of an aluminum bat hitting a baseball (ref)

bat sports activities hit ball

pew pew

sound produced by a lasergun

weapon

pewee

Any of eight species of birds of the genus Contopus (household Tyrannidae); it’s named for its name, which is monotonously repeated from an open perch. In North America a tragic, clear “pee-oo-wee” declares the presence of the japanese wooden pewee (C. virens), whereas a blurry “peeurrr” is the decision of the western wooden pewee (C. sordidulus). about this chicken. additionally spelled peewee

animal bird

pewit

subfamily of birds additionally referred to as Lapwing. Additionally: any of a number of associated plovers. about this chicken. additionally spelled peewit

animal bird

PHCKSHIIIIiooW

Ignition of a lightsaber in Star Wars films. Additionally: Tshww, pssshhew Reddit

saber weapon

phew

1. used to specific aid or fatigue 2. used to specific disgust at or as if at an disagreeable odor

human

phoebe

chicken species, see japanese phoebe

animal bird

phooey

interjection used to specific repudiation or disgust

human

pht

sound of an air-pistol, or pistol with silencer. additionally: ft

weapons fuel air

piaaaak

sound of an automated glass door opening (ref)

movement door

pickle-pee

sound of a fife (“the ceremonial band” by James Reeves, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett). a fife is a small, high-pitched, transverse flute that’s much like the piccolo, however louder and shriller attributable to its narrower bore

music

pied currawong

(Strepera graculina) massive, largely black chicken, with a brilliant yellow eye, present in Australasia. voice: The principle name is a loud “currawong”, which supplies the chicken its title. Different frequent sounds embody deep croaks and a wolf whistle about this chicken

animal bird

pika

Pika, additionally repeated pikapika, is Japanese and means shiny or sparkly. It’s an instance of sound symbolism in Japanese. The title of the Pokemon character Pikachu comes from ‘pika’ right here which means the sound an electrical spark makes, and ‘chu’, the sound a mouse makes.

mild coloration

ping

an abrupt, ringing sound, a bullet hanging one thing, or a pc tone

weapon metal

ping-pong

recreation of table-tennis, imitative origin

hard_hit light_hit

pip

1. to peep or chirp, as a chick does. 2. A brief, high-pitched radio sign 3. pip-pip-pip: sound of footsteps (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

animal chicken motion

pitter-patter

the sound of rain, a repetitive pattering sound. Extra rain sounds

climate liquid water

plain chachalaca

(Ortalis vetula) a big chicken within the Cracidae household. The decision is a loud, raucous RAW-pa-haw or cha-cha-LAW-ka, typically by a number of birds in a rhytmical refrain. link1, video

animal bird

plink

(verb) 1. to make a tinkling sound 2. to trigger to make a tinkling sound. (noun) a tinkling metallic sound

metal hit

Plip – plip – ploop – plip – plip – plip – plip – ploop

sound of sunshine summer time rain hitting the roof (ref). Extra rain sounds

liquid water rain climate home

plonk

a boring hanging sound

hard_hit

plop

sound corresponding to that of an object dropping into water with not that a lot of a splash. “plop, plop, fizz, fizz” was once the slogan in Alka Seltzer commercials for a few years.

liquid

plump

heavy sound of touchdown

hard_hit

plunk

to pluck a string instrument, or to all of a sudden drop

music

pock

dry hit, corresponding to when a picket baseball bat hits a baseball.

poof

1. interjection used to point a sudden vanishing: The magician waved a wand, and poof! The birds disappeared! (typically with just a little cloud of smoke) On this sense poof could also be imitative. 2. effeminate man or male gay. On this sense poof shouldn’t be imitative

fuel air movement misc

poomb

Sound of an outdated pistol firing, in keeping with a publish on Yahoo!Solutions

weapon metal explosion

pooof

Chewing gum bubble popping. from:

meals blow

poop

Youngsters’s euphemism which means . This phrase is considered of imitative origin

human animal

pop

sound of rapping, knocking, or explosive. within the media: Snap, Crackle, and Pop are the cartoon mascots of Kellogg’s breakfast cereal Rice Krispies. They’re named after the sound rice krispies make when they’re dropped in a bowl of milk. Discover extra explosions.

explosion hard_hit light_hit

potato-potato-potato

Sound of a poorly operating bike engine. The sound emphasis is on the ‘p’ and ‘t’ moderately than the vowels. Janet writes: “My sister used the above expression to describing a problem she had on starting a new motorcycle – it was jerking along as if it had ‘kangaroo juice’ in the tank. She assumed a “Gangnam Model” stance and dance to illustrate it, while saying “there I used to be going ‘potato-potato-potato’ – what a show-up!” She says that this expression is often used within her group of motorcycling friends, usually in connection with novice riders, although it may be in use more widely across the UK. The sound emphasis seems to be on the ‘p’ and ‘t’ rather than the vowels.” (thanks Janet!)

engine motion

pow

sound of a blow / collision

hard_hit

prattle

To speak or chatter idly or meaninglessly; babble or prate. Probably of imitative origin. Etymonline

human dialog

prrr

sound produced by cats when sociable or (typically) when distressed. additionally: purr. Extra cat sounds

animal vocalization

pssshhew

Ignition of a lightsaber in Star Wars films. Additionally: Tshww, PHCKSHIIIIiooW Reddit

saber weapon

Psssssssss

The sound of a lightsaber being shoved right into a door to soften it (Star Wars films)

saber weapon

psst

sound uttered to get an individual’s consideration with out alerting others, to inform a secret for instance. typically adopted by whispering

human

ptooey

spitting out one thing strong corresponding to a cherry pit (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

eat_drink animal

puh-puh-puh

sound of pounding (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

hard_hit

puhVRooPuhHoo puhVROOpuhHOO

Sound of an engine misfire in a automotive Cartalk

automotive engine

puke

to vomit, of imitative origin

human illness

pump

(probably of imitative origin) mechanical gadget for elevating/transferring water or fuel

engine liquid

pump-a-rum

sound of a drum (“the ceremonial band” by James Reeves, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett)

music

punt

sound of a kick (Garfield, Jim Davis)

hard_hit

purr

a sound produced by cats, when sociable or typically when distressed. additionally: prr. Extra cat sounds

animal vocalization

quack

chicken vocalization, cry of a duck. Extra duck sounds

animal bird

rabble

to utter phrases in a fast and confused method

human

racket

disturbance, uproar

misc crack

rail

to complain

human

raow

canine barking. from this ebook:

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rap

to strike, esp. with a fast, sensible, or mild blow

hard_hit light_hit

raspberry

quick for raspberry tart, rhyming slang for fart: a sound of contempt made by protruding the tongue between the lips and expelling air forcibly to provide a vibration; broadly : an expression of disapproval or contempt. Additionally “rasp”, “razz” or “Bronx cheer”. As in “blowing a raspberry”, “making a Bronx cheer”. Ref: thesneeze , wikipedia.

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rataplan

Phrase imitating the sound of the side-drum and used for music items, particularly in opera, of a military-march character.

music

ratatatat

sharp rapping sound repeated, typically a machine gun. additionally : rat-a-tat; bratat

weapon explosion

rattle

1. fast succession of quick sharp sounds, 2. an instrument that makes a rattling noise

crack

rattlesnake

The phrase ‘rattlesnake’ is the phrases ‘rattle‘ and ‘snake’ joined collectively. Rattlesnakes obtain their title for the rattle positioned on the finish of their tails. The phrase ‘rattle’ is probably going of imitative origin.

pink knot

(Calidris canutus) is a medium sized shorebird. title could also be imitative of the birds vocalization, typically described as a tender “knut”, or a tender “quer-wer”, although normally the chicken is silent. link1, link2

animal bird

reek

sound of a squeaky steel hinge (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

metal

ribbit

frog vocalization

animal

rinky-dink

banjo music

music

rizzz

sound of an electrical drill (ref)

drill engine movement mechanism buzz

roar

1. to utter a a full deep extended cry. Typical cry of a lion 2. loud boisterous laughter. roaring with laughter is in response to one thing completely hilarious

laughter animal

rooaaarrr

sound of a automotive when driving quick

engine automotive motion

rowr

sound of deep extended cry (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

animal

rrowff

canine barking. (Doggies by Sandra Boynton)
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rrrruuuurrrr

that is one among a number of strategies in response to the query of find out how to write the sound of a bull, on wiki-answers. additionally: moo, low, hrrooonnh, huuuooohar, muuhhhrrr. in the event you want a verb: bulls “bellow” (not directly imitative)

animal

RRUUMBLE SCRUNCH SCRUUMBLE SCRUUUNCHH

Sounds made by a bulldozer. From:

development tools machine heavy engine

rub-a-dub

drumming sound. Additionally a musical type much like reggae

music

ruff

canine vocalization. Discover extra canine vocalizations

animal canine

ruh-roh

First utilized by Astro on the cartoon The Jetsons and later by Scooby-Doo within the Scooby-Doo cartoon collection; each characters are canines who converse damaged English with the insertion of many r’s. Wiktionary

human animal

rumble

to make a low heavy steady sound

misc crack

rump – rump

sound of a washer , “[Aredelia] found Starling in the warm laundry room, dozing against the slow rump-rump of a washing machine.”
(Thomas Harris, Silence of the Lambs, 1988)

machine engine motion

rustle

to present forth a succession of sunshine crisp sounds

crack

schhwaff

sound of a flying arrow

weapon motion

Schklikt, klikt

Sound of a shotgun preparing for use, also referred to as racking the gun video (thanks, Gus!)

weapon metal

schlik

sound of sliding steel on steel. verb: The steel rings schliked alongside the rod as I slid the curtain open to see into the room. (thanks Larry!)

schlikt

Schlikt changed the same old snikt sound of tremendous hero Wolverine‘s claws, throughout the interval he was left with out the adamantium protecting on his bones.

comics metal weapon misc

schlip

sound of an individual slipping on one thing, e.g. moist ground (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

movement liquid water

schwump schwump schwump schwump

sound of windshield wipers of a automotive throughout heavy rain (ref). Extra rain sounds. Extra automotive sounds

rain climate automotive liquid water

scratch

to tear or mark a floor with one thing sharp or jagged

crack misc

scream

to utter a shrill piercing cry. be aware: the vocalization of eagles is usually referred to as screaming, though in keeping with this wikipedia article, Bald Eagles usually squeak and have a shrill cry, punctuated by grunts, and the scream that’s present in movies that is normally the decision of a Pink-tailed Hawk, dubbed into movies for dramatic impact.

human animal

screamer

any of a gaggle of South American chicken species (Horned Screamer, Crested Screamer, and Black-necked Screamer) with a loud high-pitched name, which can clarify the title. about this chicken

animal bird

screech

1. a excessive shrill piercing cry normally expressing ache or terror, 2. the excessive pitched sound the tires of a automotive make when it turns at excessive velocity

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scritch

a screech

human animal crack

scrunch

to make a crunching sound, to crush or crunch, or to crumple or squeeze

crack misc

shashing

sound of a sword drawn from a sheath, additionally: shiiiiiing, vzzzzt

metal

shazam

exclamation used to introduce a unprecedented deed, story, or transformation – – She prayed for his arrival and shazam! There he was. Shazam can be the title of the wizard in Captain Marvel comics and the title of Marvel comedian books.

exclamation human voice shock

sheesh

interjection used to specific disbelief or exasperation. As in: . Various to saying to be able to be much less offensive. Additionally: geez.

human dialog

shiiiiing

sound of a sword drawn from a sheath. additionally: shashing, vzzzzt

metal

shiiin

the sound of silence (!), as utilized in manga comics (ref)

misc

shlick shlick shlick

the sound of feminine masturbation Yahoo solutions

shmm

sound of objects flying by. from:

shoo

interjection used particularly in driving away an undesirable animal

human animal

shoop

sound of a karate kick/chop, additionally: swah / shwah. from:

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shriek

to utter a loud sharp cry, screech

human animal

shuffle, shuffle, shuffle

footsteps of somebody who doesn’t absolutely raise toes off the bottom whereas strolling (outdated / injured)

strolling human

shuh, shuh, shuh

sound of swimming (“Borreguita and the Coyote: A Tale from Ayutla, Mexico”, by Verna Aardema)

human animal movement liquid water

shush

command to be quiet, typically paired with holding the index finger vertically towards the lips

fuel

shuush, shuush

sound of snowboarding by way of the snow (ref)

movement snow sliding sports activities

shwap

sound of a punch. from:

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hard_hit

sifaka

The sifaka is a genus of lemur present in Madagascar. The title is an onomatopoeia of their “shi-fak” alarm name. Wikipedia

animal africa

sigh

to emit a deep breath, typically expressing weariness

human

siss

to make a hissing sound

fuel

sizzle

to burn with a hissing sound, buzz

fuel

skirl

to make a shrill sound

misc crack

skraaa

chicken vocalization

animal bird

skraww

chicken vocalization

animal bird

skreek

cry of a rat

animal

skrrreeek

sound of nails on a blackboard (ref)

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sksksksk

Used to specific amazement, shock, and pleasure, attributable to it being a standard end result when one sorts random letters on a keyboard. KnowYourMeme

skwee brrumm brrumm skoooooo skooooo

Sounds made by a entrance loader (Diggers go by Steve Gentle, all caps within the ebook SKWEE BRRUMM BRRUMM SKOOOOOO SKOOOOO)

engine rubble sand stone dust metal

slam

to beat, shut with a noise

hard_hit

slap

sensible blow as with the open hand. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

slobber

to behave (feed) in a careless noisy trend

human eat_drink animal

slosh

1. to spill or splash (a liquid) copiously or clumsily, 2. to agitate in a liquid (eg. slosh garments in an answer of bleach and detergent), 3. to splash, wade, or flounder in water or one other liquid

movement liquid

droop

to fall or sink

movement liquid

slurp

to make a sucking noise whereas consuming or consuming

human eat_drink animal

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smack

to separate moist lips whereas frivolously sucking, thereby producing a pointy noise

liquid water kiss hug

snap

1. to make a cracking sound, eg. snapping your fingers, or a digital camera making a photograph (sound of the shutter). within the media: Snap, Crackle, and Pop are the cartoon mascots of Kellogg’s breakfast cereal Rice Krispies. They’re named after the sound rice krispies make when they’re dropped in a bowl of milk 2. the “sound” of somebody’s pleasure being harm. that is one other instance of “non-auditory onomatopoeia”. different examples: bling bling, yoink and shiiin

hard_hit light_hit crack music

snap-hiss

The ignition of a lightsaber in Star Wars novels written by Timothy Zahn. Additionally: pssshhew, Tshww, PHCKSHIIIIiooW

weapon sword

snarl

to make an indignant sound whereas displaying tooth

animal

sneeze

to make an explosive noise to clear the nostrils, most likely of imitative origin, see additionally atchoo

human disease animal

snicker

laughter. indicating derision or maybe an immature response to lewd materials, can have connotations of being imply spirited – laughing at another person’s expense

laughter

sniff

to attract air audibly up the nostril particularly for smelling

human eat_drink animal fuel

sniffle

to point out or categorical disdain or scorn. additionally: snuffle

snikt

“snikt” within the Marvel comedian books is the written sound of tremendous hero Wolverine’s claws popping. Changed with schlikt throughout the interval he was left with out the adamantium protecting on his bones.

misc metal weapon

snip

sound of a single lower of scissors

metal

snore

to snort, to make harsh noises by way of nostril and mouth whereas sleeping

human animal

snort

1. cry of a pig, however horses snort too, typically 2. the act or sound of sniffing powdered tabacco or cocaine into the nostril 3. suppressed laughter, a burst of laughter by way of the nostril – since that is seen as so embarrassing, when somebody snorts with laughter, it is usually at one thing surprisingly hilarious

laughter animal

sob

to catch the breath convulsively, normally when crying

human

sock

sound of a punch to the face (Batman Sixties television present). Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit punch struggle

sora

(Porzana carolina) A small, secretive chicken of freshwater marshes, the Sora is the commonest and broadly distributed rail in North America. voice: Name is a protracted, excessive descending whinny. Additionally a two-noted “sor-AH” name, with second be aware increased. about this chicken

animal bird

spack a speck speck

sound of rain drops hitting a window pane (within the poem by Eve Merriam, in Noisy poems by Jill Bennett). Extra rain sounds

light_hit climate liquid water

splash

to sprint water upon

movement liquid

splat

touchdown with a smacking sound

hard_hit

splatt

sound of lightning (in “Mr. Brown can moo, can you?” by Dr. Seuss), for the sound of thunder: see additionally explosion

weather

splatter

to spatter (one thing), particularly to soil with splashes of liquid

liquid water mud dust

splosh

make a splashing sound, to make a sure noise or sound, to stroll by way of mud or mire, to trigger a liquid to spatter about. additionally: sploosh

animal movement liquid water

splut

the sound of a pie hitting somebody within the face (Garfield (Jim Davis) comedian)

eat_drink movement liquid water meals moist

spoing

sound of a piano touchdown on somebody’s head (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

hard_hit

spoot

spitting out a mouthful of liquid (“Garfield”, Jim Davis)

eat_drink movement liquid water

sputter

1. to spit out or spray particles of saliva or meals from the mouth in noisy bursts, 2. to spit out phrases or sounds in an excited or confused method, 3. to make sporadic spitting or popping sounds

eat_drink liquid water moist

squabble

a loud altercation or quarrel normally over petty issues

human

squall

to cry out loudly

human

squawk

cry of a chicken

animal bird

squeak

cry of a rat (additionally: skreek), or to utter a brief shrill cry or noise

animal

squeal

to utter a brief shrill cry or noise

human animal

squelch

1. to strike or press with crushing pressure; crush down; squash. 2. to place down, suppress, or silence, as with a crushing retort or argument. 3. to make a splashing sound. 4. to tread closely in water, mud, moist sneakers, and so on., with such a sound.

crack human animal liquid

squelch, squerch

sound of strolling by way of mud. from:

liquid foot steps

squiggle

A brief, irregular curve or twist, as in writing or drawing. Probably a mix of squirm and wriggle

misc motion

squirm

To twist one’s physique with snakelike motions from disgrace or embarrassment, or to evade a query. Probably imitative

human motion

squirt

to eject liquid in a jet

liquid water spray moist

squish

to squeeze, squash

misc crack

ssinda, sssssinda

sound of an outdated dial phone. Dialing 1 is “ssinda.” Dialing 9 is “sssssinda.” (ref ). Extra phone sounds

movement phone mechanism

sssshblamm

sound of an explosion. Discover extra explosions.

explosion

strident

making a harsh noise

misc crack

strum

to play a guitar. see additionally thrum

music

stup

sound of touchdown (after a bounce). additionally: tup. from:

hard_hit

stzsssssss

A beam of sunshine. Poet Gino Severini referred to mild as going ‘szszszszszsz’ and ‘stzsssssss’. Willard Bohn, Fashionable Visible Poetry

mild beam

suru suru

sound of noodles being sucked (manga)

human eat_drink

susurration

sound of whispering

human

swah

sound of a karate chop. from:

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swash

to sprint violently, make a noise of clashing swords

hard_hit metal motion

swish

sound of an object transferring by way of air or water

movement liquid fuel

swishy swashy

sound of strolling by way of tall grass. from:

grass strolling

swoosh

Nike model brand, but in addition the sound of speeding air or water

movement liquid fuel

szszszszszsz

A beam of sunshine. Poet Gino Severini referred to mild as going ‘szszszszszsz’ and ‘stzsssssss’. Willard Bohn, Fashionable Visible Poetry

mild beam

t’chi

sound of an arrow being shot from a bow (“Sebgugugu the Glutton: A Bantu Tale from Rwanda”, by Verna Aardema)

weapon

ta-da

interjection, used as mock fanfare to name consideration to one thing outstanding. additionally: ta-dah, tada

human

tabdak tabdak

Sound of a operating horse

tack, tack, tack

sound of skinny excessive heels or pumps. additionally: faucet, faucet, faucet

strolling human

takka takka

sound of a machine gun (title of a Roy Lichtenstein portray)

weapon

faucet

to strike frivolously

light_hit

tattle

1. to gossip, 2. to chatter aimlessly (imitative origin)

human

tch, tch, tch

sound of chopping off branches of wooden (“Sebgugugu the Glutton: A Bantu Tale from Rwanda”, by Verna Aardema)

hard_hit light_hit

teehee!

laughter. giggle, mouth coated with hand, embarrassed and/or coy chuckle

laughter

terwit terwoo

chicken vocalization, the cry of an owl. additionally: hoo hoo, hoot, tu-whu, whit woo, twit twoo

animal bird

thisshig rrrerrk

sounds popping out of the loudspeaker within the subway throughout an essential announcement (ref)

human voice digital static noise crack

thith-thith-thith

sound of a helicopter. Discover all helicopter sounds

engine helicopter motion

thong-thong

sound of badminton rackets hitting the shuttle

sports activities hit

throb

(of the guts) to beat strongly

hard_hit

throkk

sound of successful or punch (Batman comics) Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

thrum

to play a guitar

music

thubalup

sound of a operating horse

animal

thud

to hit with a boring sound

hard_hit

thump

1. to strike or beat with or as if with one thing thick or heavy in order to trigger a boring sound, as in a punch throughout a struggle, or the sound of heavy footsteps 2. a verb for sound made by a giant engine, as in (from the poem “engineers” by Jimmy Garthwaite, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett)

hard_hit engine

thung

sound of a blow to a steel object (options in a Roy Lichtenstein portray

hard_hit metal

thunk

sound of influence

hard_hit

thwack

the sound of flogging. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

thwip

Spiderman net shooter

misc weapon

thwogg

sound of a kick towards somebody’s physique (head, for instance). from:

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thwok

sound of a baseball, hitting a catcher’s mitt (ref)

sports activities ball movement hit

thwoorp

Sound produced by rapidly opening a folding fan. City Dictionary. Made well-known by drag queen Katya Zamolodchikova

tick

a lightweight rhythmic audible faucet or beat

light_hit music

tick tock

sound of a clock. additionally: tic toc

light_hit movement metal

tinker

Probably of onomatopoeic origin, from the sound of sunshine hammering on steel. Etymonline

tinkle

a mild, ringing sound. Additionally means “to urinate” (in type of a infantile approach) probably due to the sound.

metal liquid moist water pee

tinkling

sound of sleigh bells, (options within the poem “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe)

metal music

tintinnabulation

sound of bells

metal

titter

sound of suppressed giggle

human

tk.tk.tk.tk.tk.tk

sound of a canine’s claws as he/she walks on a picket ground (ref)

animal movement claw hit

tlick

sound of clicking with the tongue (“Misoso: Once Upon a Time Tales from Africa”, by Verna Aardema)

human

Tlick – Tlock Tlick – Tlock

Sound of a ticking clock (Squeak, Rumble, Whomp Whomp Womp. Wynton Marsalis & Paul Rogers, 2012

metal clock

tlot tlot

sound of horse’s hooves. used within the poem “The Highwayman” by Alfred Noyes.

animal motion

tluck….tlock

The sound of a leaking faucet (Squeak, Rumble, Whomp Whomp Womp. Wynton Marsalis & Paul Rogers, 2012)

liquid metal water tub tub

Tluuck tluck tlawck tlock tlaack tlack tlick!

Sound of a pizzicato violin (Squeak, Rumble, Whomp Whomp Womp. Wynton Marsalis & Paul Rogers, 2012

toc – toc – toc

sound of a woodpecker rapping along with his beak on a tree Performs of Edmond Rostand: The Eaglet

tocotocotoco

sound of a helicopter. extra helicopter sounds

engine helicopter motion

tolling

funeral bells (options within the poem “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe)

metal

tom-tom

a monotonous beating, rhythm, or rhythmical sound / a percussive musical instrument performed with fingers

music

toot

to blow or sound an instrument (as a horn)

music

tootle-too

sound of a flute (“the ceremonial band” by James Reeves, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett)

music

trill

quavering or warbling in singing

animal chicken music

trumpeter

chicken species title, see gray-winged trumpeter

animal bird

Tshww

Ignition of a lightsaber in Star Wars films. Additionally: PHCKSHIIIIiooW Reddit

saber weapon

tsk

pronounced as an alveolar click on; typically in fast repetition, as an exclamation of contempt, disdain, impatience, and so on.

tu-whu

chicken vocalization, the cry of an owl. additionally: hoot, hoo hoo, terwit terwoo, twit twoo, whit woo

animal bird

tuckaTHUCKtuckaTHUCKtucka

sound of engine knocking. Automobile Speak

automotive engine metal

tuff

sound of a shuriken, or throwing star, hitting a goal

preventing metal weapon

tuk-tuk

Frequent title for auto rickshaw, imitative of the sound of the small two-stroke engine (thailandtuktuk.web).
Additionally referred to as trishaw, auto, rickshaw, autorick, bajaj, rick, tricycle, mototaxi, or child taxi.

engine automotive

tup

sound of touchdown (after a bounce). from:

hard_hit light_hit

twang

sound of a guitar, or of a bow (and arrow)

music

tweet

chicken vocalization (small chicken)

animal bird

tweeter

loudspeaker for prime frequencies

music

twiddle

to the touch frivolously, or to play with. imitative origin

light_hit

twit twoo

chicken vocalization, cry of an owl. additionally: hoo hoo, hoot, tu-whu, terwit terwoo, whit woo

animal bird

twitter

to utter a succession of sunshine chirping or tremulous sounds, chirrup

animal bird

tzing

the sound of a bullet hitting the bottom (options in Roy Lichtenstein portray “Live Ammo (Tzing!)”)

weapon

uggh

exclamation expressing ache, frustration or annoyance

human human ache

ugh

1. sound of coughing, 2. used to point the sound of a cough or grunt or to specific disgust or horror

human human illness

uh-huh

interjection used to point affirmation, settlement, or gratification, additionally: huh

human

uh-oh

interjection used to point dismay or concern

human

umpa

the sound produced by a big brass instrument. see additionally: Oompah

music

untz untz untz

The sound of rave music or the sound a raver makes whereas raving, the sound of a techno groove

music

varoom

sound of a quick driving automotive or an explosion (Additionally the title of a Roy Lichtenstein portray. Discover extra explosions.

explosion engine automotive motion

veery

(Catharus fuscescens) chicken species belonging to the bigger group of thrushes. voice: Music a resonating, ethereal “da-vee-ur, vee-ur, veer, veer,” descending barely in pitch. Name be aware is a nasal “phew” or “veer” about this chicken

animal bird

viip

Sound of a transferring object (Additionally the title of a Roy Lichtenstein portray

motion

voomp

sound of explosive influence (weapon) (options within the Roy Lichtenstein portray “O.K., Hot Shot”). Discover extra explosions. Discover extra weapon sounds.

explosion movement weapon

vooRRRR, vooRRR, vooRRR

Engine revving up and down Cartalk

automotive engine

vrau, vrau

Sound of a lightsaber swinging by way of the air in Star Wars films. Additionally: Ffffkrrrrshhzzzwooooom..woom..woooom..
Reddit

saber weapon

vreeeeeeeeeeeeeeew

Sound of a whistle of an outdated steam locomotive. This can be a high-pitched one. A lower-pitched one would possibly do “vroo-vroo”

air engine motion

vroo-vroo

Sound of a whistle of an outdated steam locomotive. This might be a low-pitched one. A high-pitched one can be extra like “vreeeeeeeeeeeeeeew”

fuel movement engine

vroom

sound of a automotive

engine automotive motion

vworp

In Physician Who comedian strips, the sound of the Tardis is represented as vworp! vworp!

comics misc

vzzzzt

the sound of a sword drawn from a sheath. Additionally: shiiiiing, shashing

metal

waaank

sound of a practice horn (ref)

horn tone alarm practice

waak

chicken vocalization, cry of a duck. Extra duck sounds

animal bird

wah-wah

brass instrument impact of utilizing a mute, or electrical guitar sound impact (wah pedal)

music

wahoo

interjection used to specific exuberance or enthusiasm or to draw consideration

human

wak wak

duck vocalization. Extra duck sounds

wakt

sound of successful or punch (Batman comics). Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

wallop

violent noisy motion

motion

wap

hit/blow. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

weeeoooeee

siren

tone

weep

to shed tears

human

whaam

sound of explosive influence (Roy Lichtenstein portray). Discover extra explosions. Discover extra weapon/a> sounds.

explosion

whack

to strike sharply. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

wham

a heavy blow. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

whang

sound of successful / punch (Garfield, Jim Davis). Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

whap

1. to throw one’s self rapidly, or by an abrupt movement; to show all of a sudden; (eg. she whapped down on the ground; the fish whapped over), 2. to beat or strike, 3. a blow, or fast, sensible stroke. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

Whargharble

Sound of a canine syphoning drink from high-velocity hydropneumatic system, or sprinkler. Additionally: Wharrgarbl. Instance, KnowYourMeme. Thanks, Joshua!

Animal liquid eat_drink water canine jet spray mouth

whee

1. pig vocalization, additionally: oink, grunt 2. (human) exclamation expressing constructive pleasure.

animal

wheeze

to breathe with problem normally with a whistling sound

human disease animal

wher, wher, wher

Sound of a chainsaw being began

wooden engine noticed

whew

exclamation of astonishment or aid making a whistling sound

human

whiff

a fast puff or slight gust particularly of air, odor, fuel, smoke, or spray

fuel

whimper

to moan

human

whine

to utter a low considerably shrill protracted sound

human

whinny

horse vocalization, to neigh particularly in a low or light approach

animal

whip-poor-will

chicken species famous for its name. about this chicken

animal bird

whipbird

see japanese whipbird

animal bird

whirr

to maneuver swiftly with a vibratory sound, eg of a small electrical motor, digital movie transport in an analog photograph digital camera.

engine motion

whish

to make a sibilant sound

fuel

whisper

to talk softly beneath one’s breath

human

whistle

tubular wind instrument, or the act of whistling

music

whit woo

cry of an owl. additionally: hoo hoo, hoot, tu-whu, terwit terwoo

animal bird

whizz

a buzzing, hissing sound

fuel

whoa

1. command to cease (horse) 2. command to gradual an motion or thought, typically used to specific alarm or astonishment

human animal

whock

sound of successful / punch (Garfield, Jim Davis). Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

whockah

sound of palm-muted rhythmic strumming on an electrical guitar with wah pedal, as within the intro of Jimi Hendrix�s “Voodoo Chile”, for instance. typically mixed with taking part in “airguitar”. see additionally: neow, jug, bwow-chcka-bwow

music

whomp

the sound of an explosion. Discover extra explosions

explosion

whoop

1. to cry out or making a disturbance. Additionally: whoopee, whoop it up, whoop-de-doo. 2. Sound of a siren (whoop, whoop, whoop)

tone

whooping cough

an an infection of the respiratory system brought on by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis (or B. pertussis). It is characterised by extreme coughing spells that finish in a “whooping” sound when the particular person breathes in

human illness

whooping crane

chicken species title, the tallest North American chicken, an endangered crane species named for its whooping sound and name

animal bird

whoops

interjection used sometimes to specific gentle apology, shock, or dismay, additionally: oops, woops

human

whoosh

a sibilant sound, or a swift motion or movement

motion

whop

to beat, strike. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

whop whop whop

sound of a helicopter. Discover extra helicopter sounds

engines helicopter motion

whump

the sound of colliding our bodies, a slamming sound, or the sound of a punch to the jaw. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

whumpa-whumpa-whumpa-whumpa

sound of a helicopter. Discover extra helicopter sounds

engines helicopter motion

whumpf

When the fracture of a weak snow layer causes an higher layer to break down, making a whumpfing sound.

Whumpf has been adopted as a technical avalanche time period to explain the sound of a collapsing snowpack whenever you cross the snow. For example, “we got a lot of whumpfing today”, or “the snowpack whumpfed like rolling thunder just before it released and caught us.” Avalanche Encyclopedia

Climate snow movement hit

whup-whup-whup

sound of a helicopter. Discover extra helicopter sounds

engines helicopter motion

willet

chicken species (Catoptrophorus semipalmatus). a big sandpiper of the inside West (north america) and the ocean seashores, the willet is thought by its piercing calls and brilliant black-and-white flashing wings. Name: a loud, ringing “pill-will-willet.”. about this chicken

animal bird

wlu-wlu-wlu-wlu-wlu-wlu-wlu

A sound recording performed backward.
ref

woah, oh, oh, oh!

signature chuckle of cartoon character Elmer Fudd

laughter

woh woh woh woh

(automotive) sound of a foul bearing within the timing belt tensioner

engine automotive

woo-hoo!

signature chuckle of cartoon character Daffy Duck, typically uttered when Daffy has to flee from somebody he has simply pulled a prank on

laughter

woo-woo-woo

siren

tone

woof

canine vocalization. Discover extra canine vocalizations

Woom

Sound of a lightsaber swinging by way of the air in Star Wars films. Additionally:vrãu, vrãu Reddit

saber weapon

woop woop

Sound of a police automotive in the USA. Police typically use the siren intermittently. Additionally spelled whoop whoop. This onomatopoeia is used within the refrain of the 1993 hip hop observe Sound of da Police by KRS-One. Hear a police automotive

alarm tone music

woops

interjection used sometimes to specific gentle apology, shock, or dismay, additionally: oops, whoops

human

wow

interjection used to specific amazement

human

wub wub

The sound of the signature repetitive bass (wobble bass) in ‘dubstep’ music (a sort of digital dance music).
Different dubstep sounds: WOB WOB WOB WEB WEEEEEB WEEB WOOOB WOOOOB breeeeaaaaa breaaaaaaa WOBB WOBB, nehnehweeh, YOI YOI YOI WAHBWUHB –
ref. Associated: The sound of a bass guitar dirnt

wubba lubba dub-dub

Catchphrase utilized by Rick from the cartoon Rick & Morty Fandom

wuh-uh-uh-uh

the sound of somebody muttering, grunting, in protest (Misoso: As soon as Upon a Time Tales from Africa, by Verna Aardema)

human

wumpth

The sound of strong door closing and the air being pushed out because the door seals. (thanks Peter!)

door air hit

wuppa wuppa

sound of a helicopter. Discover extra helicopter sounds

engines movement helicopter

yackety-yak

noisy discuss. Various spelling: ‘yakety yak’. Additionally the title of a well-known track by doo-wop group the Coasters (1958).

human music

yadda yadda

boring or empty discuss – typically used interjectionally particularly in recounting phrases considered too boring or predictable to be price repeating. additionally: yada yada

yahoo

1. interjection used to specific constructive pleasure or to draw consideration, additionally: yoo-hoo, 2. well-liked title for the Gray-crowned Babbler (see babbler)

human animal bird

yakyakyakyak

sound of a cat consuming moist meals (ref). Extra cat sounds

cat animal eatdrink meals vocalization

yammer

to lament

human

yap

canine vocalization. Discover extra canine vocalizations

yar

growling sound

animal

yawp

1. to utter a pointy cry; yelp. 2. to speak loudly, raucously, or coarsely.

human human ache

yay

interjection used to specific exuberant delight or triumph

human

YEEeeEEeeEEeeEEeeEEee!

Sound of a unfastened belt in a automotive engine Cartalk

automotive engine

yeeha, yeehaw, yee-haw

the standard cry of a cowboy, typically as an expression of constructive pleasure, much like yahoo

human

yelp

a brief, sharp cry of a canine. Discover extra canine vocalizations

animal

yeow

exclamation expressing ache

human ache

yikes

interjection expressing shock and alarm, typically for humorous impact: “Yikes! It is cold!”

yip

cheep, like a chicken

animal bird

yippee

interjection used to specific exuberant delight or triumph

human

yodel

to sing by all of a sudden altering from a pure voice to a falsetto and again; additionally: to shout or name in the same method

music

yoink

the “sound” of somebody stealing one thing. the phrase is spoken to make apparent or humorous the playful theft of an merchandise in entrance of others. (e.g. “you shouldn’t leave your wallet lying around like that…Yoink!”. used typically within the cartoon collection “the Simpsons”)

misc human animal motion

yoo-hoo

interjection used to draw consideration, additionally: yahoo

human

yoooo

the sound of wind (within the poem “the night wind”, by Eugene Subject: “… For the wind will moan in its ruefullest tone: ‘Yoooooooo!’, ‘Yoooooooo!’, ‘Yoooooooo!’ …”)

climate fuel

yowl

to cry loudly with ache, caterwaul, howl

human pain animal vocalization

yowt

interjection expressing ache

ache

yucchh

exclamation expressing disgust

human eat_drink

yuck

exclamation expressing disgust. Typically “yuck yuck” is used because the sound of laughter, however for that “yuk yuk” is used extra typically

human laughter eat_drink

yuk yuk

laughter. related in taste to “har har”, however extra quaint and extra hick

human laughter

yummy

extremely enticing or pleasing, exclamation to specific pleasure derived from the prospect of consuming tasty meals

human eat_drink

zap

to destroy or kill by or as if by taking pictures

weapon

zchunk

sound of a defibrillator (ref)

medical human digital hit electrical shock remedy coronary heart assault

zing

a shrill buzzing sound, corresponding to from a bullet or vibrating string. As a verb: to maneuver in a short time, particularly whereas making a excessive pitched sound. As a noun used figuratively, which means zest, vitality, or (in delicacies) spicy taste. In comedy, is usually used as an interjection to acknowledge a witty comeback. The witty comeback itself is then referred to as a .

misc metal motion

zip

to journey with a pointy hissing or buzzing sound

motion

zlopp

sound of a person falling throughout a struggle (Batman episode 13 season 1)

hard_hit hit punch struggle fall

zonk

the sound of a karate chop. Discover extra hit/ punch phrases

hard_hit

zoom

to hurry together with a low hum or buzz. additionally: to focus a digital camera on an object utilizing a zoom lens (to ‘zoom in’ or ‘zoom out’), additionally imitative of sound when motorized.

engine motion

zoomba-zoom

sound of a bass (musical instrument) (“the ceremonial band” by James Reeves, in “Noisy poems” by Jill Bennett)

music

ZOOOSH ZOOOSH ZOOOOOOOSH DING DING DING

diesel practice. from this ebook:

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locomotive vintage outdated engine

zzzz

the sound of an individual or animal sleeping

human animal

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